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Breaking through design trade-offs with new materials
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WHAT’S IN THE BOX ?
Powered by our proprietary Z-axis Fiber, in the box is the solution to your greatest design challenge. We deliver advanced materials and parts that are optimized for high performance, high volume and lowest carbon footprint.
A WAY TO
MAKE ALUMINUM LIGHTER & CLEANER
Aluminum is the de facto material to make lightweight parts. A dirty secret – 12 kg of CO2 is released for every kg of aluminum.

Boston Materials enables 20% lighter aluminum sheet with 40% lower embodied carbon.
A WAY TO
KEEP ELECTRONICS RUNNING COOL
Heat kills performance. Thermal interfaces restrict heat transfer, risking overheating and thermal runaway.

Boston Materials enables thermal interface materials with 10x higher, metal-like conductivity.
A WAY TO
TIP THE BALANCE TOWARDS HYDROGEN
Lighter fuel cells are more competitive with Li-ion batteries. Bipolar plates account for most of the weight in a fuel cell.

Boston Materials enables fuel cells with 30% higher power density by lightweighting bipolar plates.
A WAY TO
BRING HYPERSONIC FLIGHT TO REALITY
Hypersonic vehicles are the final frontier of aviation and defense. Deployment is limited by the poor durability of high-temperature materials.

Boston Materials enables durable high-temp composites with 30% higher interlaminar strength.
A WAY TO
RAPIDLY FABRICATE COMPOSITE PARTS
Shedding weight is hard. Lightweight composites suffer from prohibitive tooling costs and long lead times.

Boston Materials enables final-spec composite parts that can be easily machined just like metals.
A WAY TO
MAKE ALUMINUM LIGHTER & CLEANER
Aluminum is the de facto material to make lightweight parts. A dirty secret – 12 kg of CO2 is released for every kg of aluminum.

Boston Materials enables 20% lighter aluminum sheet with 40% lower embodied carbon.
A WAY TO
KEEP ELECTRONICS RUNNING COOL
Heat kills performance. Thermal interfaces restrict heat transfer, risking overheating and thermal runaway.

Boston Materials enables thermal interface materials with 10x higher, metal-like conductivity.
A WAY TO
TIP THE BALANCE TOWARDS HYDROGEN
Lighter fuel cells are more competitive with Li-ion batteries. Bipolar plates account for most of the weight in a fuel cell.

Boston Materials enables fuel cells with 30% higher power density by lightweighting bipolar plates.
A WAY TO
BRING HYPERSONIC FLIGHT TO REALITY
Hypersonic vehicles are the final frontier of aviation and defense. Deployment is limited by the poor durability of high-temperature materials.

Boston Materials enables durable high-temp composites with 30% higher interlaminar strength.
A WAY TO
RAPIDLY FABRICATE COMPOSITE PARTS
Shedding weight is hard. Lightweight composites suffer from prohibitive tooling costs and long lead times.

Boston Materials enables final-spec composite parts that can be easily machined just like metals.
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